Attleborough Surgery staff complete Race for Life
Staff at a doctors surgery had the legs to help a cancer charity when they completed the Race for Life in aid of Cancer Research UK.
The 10 members of staff at Attleborough surgery were joined by three of their daughters to take on the 5km challenge around Norfolk Showground on Sunday (May 20) to raise �1,200.
Nicola Vlatseas, 40, an administrator at the surgery, said the surgery team, known as the Attleborough Angels, decided to get together to take part in the fundraiser. They dressed as angels to take part.
The team included Louise Middleton, Claire Male, Dr Sabrina Khalaque, Helen Brooks, Rosie Byrne, Dr Hilary Byrne, Nicola Vlatseas, Ann Jenkins, Janet Newby, Sarah Newby, Tina Frith, Sarah Young and Molly Young.
Mrs Vlatseas said: 'Our original target was �500 so we have done really well to raise that much.'
You may also want to watch:
The team are still collecting donations, which can be made by visiting www.raceforlifesponsorme.org/attleborough-angels.
- 1 Fifteen flood alerts in place amid 'stay indoors' warning
- 2 Timeline: When should you receive the coronavirus vaccine?
- 3 'We're very anxious at the moment': Co-Op staff on public abuse
- 4 Revenue tops £710m at specialist tech company
- 5 'Stay indoors' warning amid flooding fears for Norfolk roads
- 6 Man who drove 128 miles for fish and chips among latest Covid fines
- 7 Covid cases fall in every area of Norfolk for first time since June
- 8 Flooding fears recede in Norfolk but wind warning issued
- 9 Storm Christoph flood fears bring spike in sandbag sales
- 10 Seven lockdown rules that could change